At the IFA event Nokia announced Nokia Lumia 830, a new Lumia smartphone by Nokia and Microsoft. This is a Windows Operating system smartphone from Nokia and is equipped with a 5.0-inch display screen which will deliver you the resolution of 720 X 1280 pixels. If you are looking for something slim, stylish you should definitely grab your hands on the Nokia Lumia 830 smartphone.
The device comes with a 1.2 Ghz quad core processor which is based on QUALCOMM Snapdragon 400 chipset. The Adreno 305 chipset in the Nokia Lumia 830 gives amazing gaming experience. The device comes with a 10 mega pixel primary camera. Use the LED flash for capturing the best images even in low light conditions. You will get features like optical image stabilization, autofocus, carl zeiss optics with the rear camera of Nokia Lumia 830 smartphone. The front camera of the device is only a 0.9 mega pixel camera which can record videos in 720 p. However we feel that the front camera is not good enough for making video calls. Nokia Lumia 830 is available only in one memory option and that is 16 GB. If you run short on memory in the future, add an external micro SD card of capacity up to 128 GB and keep rocking!!
If you want to know the pros and cons of Nokia Lumia 830 have a look below.
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Lumia 830 Pros
As per Microsoft, the new Nokia 830 smartphone is an eco-friendly one. It is free from materials like nickel, PVC and comes with recyclable package materials.
The 5.0-inch display screen is surely an advantage of the Nokia Lumia 830 smartphone. You will get pixel resolution of 1280 X 720 pixels and the image quality which you will be getting in your Nokia Lumia 830 is 296 DPI. The display of Nokia Lumia 830 is a HD display.
Most of the smartphones which are getting launched these days don’t come with option to add external memory card. But you need not to worry about that if you are having Nokia Lumia 830 as you can expand the storage of your device to 128 GB by using external micro SD card.
Lumia 830 Cons
The weight of Nokia Lumia 830 is 150 grams. You might find it bulky at times when you are holding Lumia 830 in your hands.
No HDMI Port
As you can record HD videos using the Lumia 830 smartphone you cannot play it directly from the device as there is no availability of HDMI port in the device. Microsoft should have provided a HDMI port in the HD Lumia 830 smartphone.
Capacitive Touch Screen
The display screen in Lumia 830 is a capacitive one. Resistive touch screens are way better as compared to capacitive touch screens.
These were the pros and cons of the latest Nokia Lumia 830. We hope it will make it clear if you want to buy this smartphone or not.
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